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Synonyms for denture

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

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Madia notes that Sea-Bond is the only wafer denture adhesive on the market, "giving users a comfortable feel, 75% stronger all day versus the leading paste, and easy removal." Sea-Bond, she adds, also blocks food particles, which can irritate the gums of denture wearers.
Zinc-containing denture adhesive: A potential source of excess zinc resulting in copper deficiency myelopathy.
We also recommend the use of denture adhesives during initial phases of denture wearing for pediatric patients this help in better compliance of the children.
No significant difference between efficiency of both groups, the PVM-MA based (Control Group) and CC based (Experimental Group) denture adhesive, was observed.
Once diagnosed, she immediately stopped using denture adhesive and was treated with intravenous copper infusions for 2 weeks and continued on oral copper medication.
Clearly, dental usage is very high but knowledge and use of products like denture adhesives and denture cleaners is low, said Isa Marfori, GSK Polident product manager.
Beat it: See your dentist to check your fitting or invest in stronger denture adhesive, such as Poligrip Ultra Denture Fixative Cream (PS2.95, from Boots).
BEAT IT: See your dentist to check your fitting, or invest in stronger denture adhesive such as Poligrip Ultra Denture Fixative Cream (Boots).
The composition is bioerodible, not a denture adhesive, and substantially free of polybutene with a molecular weight of approximately 300-3000 when the composition is not an article, and is applied to dentures.
during the month of April: wash cloths, denture adhesive, toothbrushes, and men's white T-shirts in sizes M, L and XL.
Further questioning revealed that the patient had worn dentures for 10 years and that family members frequently chided him for excessive use of denture adhesive to the extent that it sometimes accumulated at the corners of his mouth.
"Many times, patients will overuse the adhesive and, although it happens rarely, they can ingest toxic levels of zinc, with adverse neurologic effects," he added.he optimal use of denture adhesive involves placing a thin film or a series of dots across the denture surface, which will ensure that a patient is not overusing the adhesive.
LONG-TERM use of a popular brand of denture adhesive could cause high levels of zinc in the body linked with neurological problems such as numbness and difficulty walking, a pharmaceutical giant has said.